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Recognizing and Reporting Abnormal Observations

Recognizing and Reporting Abnormal Observations

Recognizing and Reporting Abnormal Observations

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Launch date: 06 Nov 2017
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Last updated: 23 Aug 2018

Reference: 185187

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Description

A great review for all nursing assistants, this module covers the "who, what, when and how" of reporting abnormal observations. Focuses on observing vital signs, pain, mental status, nutrition, elimination, skin and family relationships--and how to recognize abnormal findings. In each area, the information is designated "urgent", "important" or "significant" to guide nursing assistants to respond appropriately to changes in their clients' conditions.

Objectives

On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Distinguish between normal and abnormal observations in your clients.

2. Identify the specific course of action to take with each abnormal observation you encounter.

3. List at least 3 abnormal observations you might make in regards to: vital signs, mental status, nutrition and pain.

4. Distinguish between objective and subjective observations.

5. Demonstrate the ability to recognize and properly report abnormal observations in your daily work.
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Industry Specialists
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Registered nurses write all In the Know inservices. My hand-picked team of writers have experience in home care, hospice, long-term care, hospital nursing, healthcare management and staff development. They perform extensive research to make sure each inservice contains the most recent information. We choose our inservice topics based on suggestions from customers as well as current "hot issues" in medicine, Medicare and JCAHO.

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